Would You Like to Buy Some Girl Scout Cookies?

Can't you just hear the little 7 year old girl at your door now? This post is totally hilarious to me, but I love it. No, I was never a Girl Scout, but I am more than willing to help a girl gain her cookie badge. With cookie season in full swing I am proudly participating. 

A week ago I bought a box of Thin Mints, Samoas and Trefoils. The best flavors in my opinions. To my understanding Tagalongs are pretty great, but my peanut allergy limits my options a bit. 

Anyways, girl scout cookies have been on the brain so I started doing a little research and came up with some fun Girl Scout related links for you guys.


What kind of Girl Scout cookie are you? I'm a Trefoil (my fav, how perfect)

Recipe for homemade Girl Scout cookies. I have plans to make homemade Samoas, so stayed tuned for that.

The original Girl Scout cookie recipe.

Homemade  Gluten-free versions.

11 fun facts about Girl Scout cookies. 

Do you live in a world of Samoas and Tagalongs, or do you call them Caramel Delights and Peanut Butter Patties? Here is the reason why. There are two different bakeries baking up girl scout cookies every year. My cookies come from Little Brownie Bakers, so I call them Trefoils not shortbread. Unfortunately that means I miss out on Thanks-A-Lots and the new gluten-free chocolate chip shortbread. 

The ultimate cookie sandwich in my mind. Also, when I was little we used to make Thin Mint chocolate chip ice cream sandwiches. A scoop of mint chocolate chip ice cream sandwiched between two Thin Mints!

How does Samoa fried shrimp or Do-Si-Do thai peanut chicken sound?

Thin Mints take the lead in most popular.

Girl Scout cookie chapstick. Thin Mint flavor could totally be a thing. 

And finally, the cookie finder. Just type and your zip code and you can find when and where girls in your area are selling cookies. 


And remember Thin Mints are best kept in the freezer!